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how he did it. dan henninger, and jason riley and washington columnist kim strassel. start with you, when you get a defeat like this, there's no one thing necessarily that explains it. but why don't you pick out your most important? >> look, i think there were two things key to the obama victory, one was that very ol on, they ran this very high dollar attack campaign against mitt romney, a bit of a character assassination throughout the summer and mitt romney didn't respond to it and he didn't recover from it. when you combine that with the president's brutally efficient, we now know turnout operation in core states like ohio, virginia and florida, popular vote pretty close in the end. in the end he got out the partisans in much the same numbers in 2008 and that's what won it for him. >> paul: so, kim, you're saying that's about 100 million dollars or more that the obama campaign poured on mitt romney on bain capital on his tax returns on the fact that he's a pluto kratt, and making him to be gordon gecko without the social-- and romney, would you agree they made a fatal mistake in
not understood] to come up? [cheering and applauding] >> and i'd like to welcome jason's son to come up, if he'd come up and join us. i've never met him and i hear a lot about him. i've never seen jason in a tie, so, this is a pretty exciting day for me. come on, buddy. on behalf of mayor lee, first let me acknowledge supervisor cohen for partnering with the mental health board to create this event and for all of you for participating and i certainly hope this becomes an annual recognition. i think it is so important to bring recognition. and in this case we're honoring jason albertson. jason is someone i've had the opportunity to work with over the past 10 months. i think he is the epitome of a great public servant. jason is involved in leading our homeless outreach team, our engagement team that works with individuals who are on the street and in shelter. he brings the skills of a social worker, a case manager, clinical supervisor, program designer, he's working within department of public health to help redesign our mobile assistance patrol, and he is just an outstanding individual and a ve
the conclusion of our series, the strategists. >> previously on the strategists, jason and john brought modern political tactics to an 8th grade student council election and were immediately embraced by the children. >> so you like this campaign? not really. kind of mean. >> reporter: now with the campaign entering its final days, the presidential debate was approaching. and as 25-year campaign strategist marco knows, you have to be prepared >> the debate is the most formal setting for a candidate's image to be fully realize. so you practice everything. we even focus on individual words. we find out what words we like and we find ways to repeat them in meaningful, catchy phrases so that they'll stick with them when they go into the polls >> ulna... honor. leadership. nachos. yeah, what word are we going to use? >> nachos how often? all the time so describe the school using a nacho metaphor >> nachos, the school is like nacho cheese. more nourishing and you can't get enough of it. >> reporter: as the pearlman campaign seized the momentum jason desperately searched for a celebrity to give zablo
there remains a place where democracy remains clean and cool. middle school. john olver and jason jones decided it had to be stopped. tonight we bring you part two. >> previously on the strategist john and jason each took 1/8 grade presidential can dt and provided them way modern political campaign. as the frantic first few days of the campaign drew to a close there was some minor administrative issues to resolve. >> they are coming in closed, pollsters, my salary, it does come to $5,105.67. >> what is the warchest? >> sorry? >> warchest, money. what funds have we got? >> i don't have any. >> you have no money? >> no. >> dow mind just putting your hands over your ears for a second. >> sure. >> just really tight. >> [bleep] [bleep] [bleep]. >> there was no money and a 25 year campaign veteran mark o'hara knows that is a problem. >> if you are's very, very good at raising money, you don't really have to be very good at anything else. >> and if you can't raise money. >> you're [bleep]. >> so jason and lauryn immediately hit the phones to cold call loved ones and bleed them dry. >> hello. >> mom, i
welcome jason hoffman. hey, jason. [cheers and applause] well, jason, what inspired you to look like this? >> well, you know, i kind of-- i'm going for the "scaredith vieira" look, so, you know. >> oh, the "scaredith"? >> yeah, the "scaredith vieira." >> very clever. >> what inspired it? you know, just-- when i was growing up, halloween was, my dad would get paper bags and he would cut 'em into costumes. and i'd, you know, i'd be looking like a bad version of the tin man. and all my friends would be running around like superman. so i figured when given the opportunity to do this, it's, like, you know... >> both: go all out. >> all out. >> [laughs] your dad must be very proud of you today. >> i'm sure. i'm sure. i'm sure-- >> there's a reason he put you in paper bags. >> you know, and nothing lives forever on the internet or anything. >> no, no, nothing, nothing. but i'm noticing, like, the stilettos. >> you like those? >> lovely, yeah. >> you like those? >> particularly with the hairy leg-- it's a nice--it plays off well. >> i almost shaved for you. i was gonna get a pedicure, but i let t
will not deny that he is denying he is going to commit to any starting quarterback with jason coming up in sports. or -what's up? i'm chris. -and i'm erik. both: we're the fruit guys! back in 1998, we had this idea to deliver fresh fruit to offices in downtown san francisco. we built these wooden crates, filled these with fruit in my one-bedroom apartment. the fruit guys has been with bank of america since they first started. we work with them to help them grow and succeed. we're coming up on 50 employees and delivering to thousands of companies every week. i would definitely say this is a fruitful business. >> the warriors ran out of gas. they are difficult to be in the mile high city clay thompson went off with 16 points but got hit in the face in the second half. he did not score in the second half the third quarter turnover by the warriors. this light up and follow with 29 points as the nuggets:a 50-nothing to start the third quarter. 15- nothing--and the d. the el e book, the warriors lose 102- 91. seven-6 hosting tomorrow. and cal a perfect 5-0 mike mont it come rate taking on a g
, another deadly accident took the lives of two sisters after their suv slammed into a parking ramp. jason taylor says there have been ten more fatal car crashes state-wide compared to last year. in five of the collisions, six of them were from the area. >> 13 were as a result of unbelted passengers. >> reporter: dui arrests have gone down state-wide. last year was 130 and 1,50350. >> officer officers are looking for vehicle the vehicle that hit a woman near the airport and struck and killed her. several other vehicles hit her after being struck and she died at the scene. >>> it has been a deadly holiday in oakland where four people has been shot and killed since friday. two woman were shot and killed near mena and brookdale. these shootings have pushed up the number of homicides to 115. >>> millions of americans are heading back hope and as scott rachel shows us that is the case at the airport. >> reporter: i just got off the phone with a spokesperson who said today's crowd has been the biggest and higher since before 9-11. 133,000 passengers through the airport and this is one line for s
through anything any worse. >> laurie ask jason thought they were doing the right thing. the north carolina couple decided to adopt two children from an u orphanage but say they were misled by people supposed to make sure adoptions went smoothly. >> it's destroyed our family. it has destroyed our family literally. >> in april, 2010 the couple group. >> i cry cried throughout the presentation. >> they were hooked. the group introduced them to advocate for orphans. avila charged them $4875 for services. >> he's supposed to make sure that we have all of the information that we need. >> he agreed to adopt a 9-year-old before meeting her. after jason went on a mission trip, and saw the living conditions at the orphanage, the family decided to adopt a 14-year-old. >> you want to get them out of there. it is a horrible physical environment. >> they say avila never raised questions about the childrens' health, receiving just a few sheets written in ukrainian. arriving home, they experienced first signs of trouble with sfeta. >> she hits, kicks and threatens to commit suicide, threatening t
. jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com joins us now and is it all politics or is business at play as well, jason? >> reporter: we have a number of issues sinking the stock market today. it's one of the worst days for the market in 2012. there are election issues at play, as well. we have sectors that are under pressure from regulatory concerns, namely financial, also energy. but then i have healthcare sector doing well since romney won't be able to invalidate obamacare. there is the looming fiscal crisis and the partisanship that's prevailing up until this election, worries that congress and the white house won't be able to solve that looming fiscal crisis. but another big issue really sinking the market today is europe. we have a downgrade from the european union on growth prospects in europe for this year. and it's looking like the recession could last all the way through next year. you're looking at riots in greece. greece has been a big issue all the way across. we're also hearing problems that germany's economy is getting worse. germany is the economic driver in europe. this
however we can obviously. >> jason has made presentations -- i want to say -- >> lafco and puc staff over two years now gone to over a hundred community groups for presentations and street fairs. it's not as recent. we are kicking back up into that and why you have the fliers and that is temporary and it wasn't representing what was current and we want something out there now while we work on the permanent pieces in the future. >> how about the affordable housing and public housing, housing authority? >> some of those folks -- some of those don't pay their own utility bills. >> correct. >> so that's a little different of a customer base than we're looking at rolling out too. >> i am wondering have those conversations happened with henry alvarez or those folks? i am just curious. >> i know we went to some of groups but i can't help you off the top of my head the individuals that were at the meetings. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. colleague any other questions or comments about this? why don't we open it up to public comment. >> good afternoon again commissioners. eric brooks re
chiu. colleague i am rising to honor the broken record bar and grill. unfortunately jason king can't be here and actually right now putting together a new kitchen in his establishment. it occupies a space where another great district 11 restaurant used to be "momma's cooking" and "broken record" is there established in 2008 and a great place to eat and a great watering hole in this part of san francisco and in fact there is a group of people that come from san francisco and the bay area to come to the broken record. a great selection of drinks and whiskeys and jason is a big aficionado of whiskeys and things his bar and had different things come and in in that site. it's been an incubator in san francisco. whoever ran the kitchen over the last couple of years are now opening up a restaurant on 400hade street and ricky hobby and there is a great deal of work done and broken work to bring new restaurants and cuisines and always like north american cuisines to san francisco and the southern part of san francisco and i wanted to congratulate jason king for a great establishment, f
spor sports. his name is jason smith jr. he has muscular dystrophy and is confined to a wheelchair. his twin brother plays football, but last week, his father who coaches the team is the one who put jason into the game, and it was his teammates that pushed him all the way to the end zone for a touchdown. >> it was very surprising. >> just to get him in and see that big smile on his face like that, you know, that was a great feeling for me. >> i bet that smile's still on his face. quite a moment for jason. i'm sure he'll never forget it. >>> just ahead, it is movie night at the white house with the cast and crew of "lincoln" on the guest list. >>> and jon bon jovi's daughter is in hot water. >>> plus, ben affleck's surprising comments about the newest sexiest man alive. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." your forecast is looking nice and tranquil today. tomorrow will bring rain to the forecast in areas of northern california. there will be more clouds around today, the southerly jet stream shooting up high clouds, over especially southern california and veg
. >> reporter: shelly anderson's husband jason died in the explosion. it was supposed problem his final day. >> i wish that we would have been able to have our day in court and that i would have been able to tell a jury exactly what our loss is. how much we miss jason. >> reporter: next thursday thanksgiving would have been his 38th birthday. >> we will never forget what jason means to us and that he's gone and that he's never coming back. we live with that every single day. >> reporter: the three men charged say they are innocent. the lawyer for one of the men called his client a scapegoat. bp's settlement ends criminal prosecution of the company. bp could still face another $20 billion in fines if it loses a civil lawsuit next year. >> all that pain that california drivers faced at the pump this year may not have been necessary after all. you always thought it. that is according to an exhaustive study. many refineries were operating at times when the companies said they were offline. with just 7 companies controlling 94% of the market in california, state senator mark leno says it's cause
of young boys have dreams of running a football into the end zone for a touchdown. >> 9-year-old jason smith is restricted to a wheelchair with muscular dystrophy. he's been watching his twin brother from the sidelines. with just a few minutes left in the game, jason's father, also the team coach, gave him the ball and a teammate pushed him all the way into the end zone. >> it was very surprising. we were going pretty fast. >> just to see that big smile on his face like that, that was a great feeling for me. >> after the big touchdown, players from both teams crowded around jason giving him high-fives and cheered him on. >> no reason not to be part of the team. good to see him out there. >> time for weather and traffic on the 1s. >>> meteorologist tom kierein is here. >> it's going to stay colder than average for the foreseeable future. wonderful news. starting off this morning, there's the washington monument. it's under a cloudy sky on this thursday morning. 41 at reagan national. and we have a gentle wind thankfully. elsewhere it is near freezing. as we look around the recently, all
jason sudeikis is going to be joining us later. it was just one week ago tonight that barack obama won reelection to the presidency ending a heated political campaign and hopefully setting the stage for the healing that this country so desperately needs. >> the white house has received online petitions from not so proud americans in 20 states who would like to secede from the union. (laughter) wait! i'm not sure exactly which 20 states those are or which people in those 20 state bus i think i can best express how i feel about these states and people in the word of the great william wonka. >> (flatly) stop, don't, come back. (cheers and applause) >> jon: at least now i'm beginning to understand why southern states were so hesitant to get rid of the confederate flag. it's like keeping your fat pants after you lose some weight. (laughter) you're happy for now with the new you but pretty soon you're going to need those fat pants again. there's pizza in staten island and -- i'm not surprised. we were warned reelect that obama would have dire consequences for our union, for our standing in t
monohelmsley. (laughter). (laughter) hooray me! last night we had on the program jason sudeikis from s.n.l . a tremendous, very, very funny man, plays mitt romney and joe biden on the show and he was making a joke on the show about how wouldn't it be funny if in this election it turned out that romney and biden had both won and ended up as president and vice president, wouldn't that have been funny and i said, oh, i don't think that could happen, jason. as a man who knows a lot about like -- and he's like "well, i thought that was the scenario. well, it turns out that could happen! he was referring to a scenario which i found out later where if the electoral college was tied the president would have gotten kicked to the house of representatives where they might have picked mitt romney, the senate would have picked the vice president, they would have picked joe biden and that's how it would have happened. once again there's -- one of the things i hate the most about me -- (laughter). is how much (bleep) i don't know. (laughter) everyday there is (bleep) that i don't know. (laughter) and
coming true. his name is jason smith. he's 9 years old, and he has muscular distrophy, uses a wheelchair to get around. jason loves football. he's usually on the sidelines watching his twin brother play on the team their dad coaches. well, at night jason said his dreams of running a touch down came true last thursday. his dad decided to put him on the field. they passed the ball to him. and a teammate pushed jason all the way down that field. >> we were going pretty fast. >> just to see that big smile on his face like that, that was a great feeling for me. >> it was very surprising. >> reporter: jason's dad said he decided to put his son in the game because the other team had such a large lead, a win was out of reach. afterwards both teams gathered around jason cheering and high fiving him. >> that was a touchdown. yeah. >>> still ahead, a warning about a new scam. how thieves are trying to make money off your personal photos posted on the internet. >>> and the woman demanding some answers today after a doctor operated on her foot and left a piece of equipment in it. >>> time to make you
have jason elliot who is here to start off the presentation. >> thank you, mr. chair, jason elliot from the mayor's office. i will be very brief. thank you for calling this hearing and continuing to pay attention to this issue, it's a topic of constant conversation in meetings in the mayor's office. what we're going to present to you today is a condensed version in the interest of time, an overview of the mayor's new ipo interrupt, predict and organize strategy to fight crime. this was a strategy that was developed and implemented in july, it's now november so we have begun to see fruits of that labor. so we will provide a brief update there and then commander murphy from sfpd will respond to the other part of the hearing request, which is for actual crime trends and hard data. so without further ado and now that i'm thoroughly terrified of what my clipper card information is contained on there, let me turn it over to the mayor's director of public safety, paul anderson. >> mr. anderson, welcome. >> good to see you again. with that introduction we have a little slide show here with t
over the bears, winning 32-7. back up quarterback was terrific out dueling jason campbell. 243 yards, 2 touchdowns, while the 49ers rolled. coming up, gary will have highlights and more on the question, will he start next week over alex myth -- smith. >>> a 65-year-old woman kidnapped sexually assaulted, left by the road, the suspect only 14 and today we are getting our first look at him. still photos were allowed in court today. he made his first court appearance. they will try hip as an adult because -- try him as an adult. he approached the woman, kidnapped, sexually assaulted her, she was left on the side of the road and found hours later. the suspect was caught when he went back to the crime scene. >> terisa estacio reports. >> reporter: he seemed relaxed as he stood by his attorney during the hearing. the judge allowed still photos to be taken. when asked how to pronounce his name he spoke up quickly and confidently. when bail was announced he smiled. and then looked down to hide his emotions. he is facing 10 counts, 6 life sentences if convicted. following the hearing his family
to go down there and talk from the bottom up and also as jason riley said, make people welcome. let them know that they are welcome in this party. don't give this hectoring tone, i don't know, about things like marginal tax rates which is sort of the language all humans don't speak. >> we speak that at the wall street journal. how do you think that president obama emerges from this, it was a negative tiff, relentlessly negative gain, has he emerged enhances after being elected. governing a second term? >> i'll tell you he was an incumbent president, he just won by a smaller margin than he did the first time out, this is the first time since woodrow wilson a second termer won by fewer votes. in a funny way, it is possible that the president, looking back now on everything, might, might feel a growing humility and that would be a lovely thing. yes, i do-- (laughter) >> not his trademark. >> no, it's not. never has been. >> however, a shrewd political move right now would be be magnanimous, he's had a problem working with republicans on the hill. people have written books about them. it's
portfolio. we're keeping tabs on where stocks are heading and rising above the looming fiscal cliff, jason trennert and barry knapp on what matters for your money. >>> a healthy profit. athenahealth ceo john than bush and wharton professor zeek amman we will making obama care working for you. >>> and what needs to be done for the electric grids throughout the northeast. >> let's rise above dysfunction and do the right thing. >>> "squawk box" begins right now. ♪ get higher, and higher, straight up we'll climb ♪ >>> good morning and welcome to "squawk box" on cnbc. i'm andrew ross sorkin along with joe kernen and becky quick. following a brutal day yesterday the dow's biggest one-day drop in more than a year, look at futures, we have green arrows, don't know how long they will last. >> the bank of england is just out, they are leaving the key rates unchanged at 0.5% as we expected. >> let's get through some of your morning headlines. europe markets are higher this morning as greece passed an unpopular package of austerity measures, that passage was necessary for greece to receive another
-old girl before meeting her. after jason went on a mission trip to the ukraine and saw the living conditions at the orphan annual the family also decided to adopt 14-year-old alec. >> want to get them out of there. because it is a horrible physical environment. >>reporter: they say he never raised any question about the children health. they received just a few sheets on each child. written in ukraine. xwlosd overseer us issues. when they arrived home with the kids they experienced the first signs of trouble with the girl. >> she kicks and threaten to commit suicide. threatened to kill everybody in our family. >>reporter: she has brought her kids to this doctor. >> very clear these 2 children had very significant developmental neurological disabilities. >>reporter: he diagnosed the girl with 12 psychological and developmental disorders now lives from a mental hospital in north carolina. alec was diagnosed with 7 disorders. >> they should not have been made available except to a family who openly and willingly stated i want the motor severely handicapped and disabled child
her. after jason went on a mission trip to the ukraine and saw the living conditions at the orphan annual the family also decided to adopt 14-year-old alec. >> want to get them out of there. because it is a horrible physical environment. >>reporter: they say he never raised any question about the children health. they received just a few sheets on each child. written in ukraine. xwlosd overseer us issues. when they arrived home with the kids they experienced the first signs of trouble with the girl. >> she kicks and threaten to commit suicide. threatened to kill everybody in our family. >>reporter: she has brought her kids to this doctor. >> very clear these 2 children had very significant developmental neurological disabilities. >>reporter: he diagnosed the girl with 12 psychological and developmental disorders now lives from a mental hospital in north carolina. alec was diagnosed with 7 disorders. >> they should not have been made available except to a family who openly and willingly stated i want the motor severely handicapped and disabled child who has fetal alcohol, dr
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